Harry and the Potters are the first wizard rock band. Since 2002, they have played over 800 shows in libraries, rock clubs, art spaces, bookstores, basements, and all ages venues all over the world. Brothers Joe and Paul DeGeorge grew up in a suburban Boston house that has a cupboard under the stairs.
They helped co-found the Harry Potter Alliance, were profiled in the 2008 documentary "We Are Wizards," and appear on a Trivial Pursuit card in Sweden. With their annual Yule Balls (2005-present) and the Wizard Rock EP Club (2007-2009), the band has raised over $100,000 for the Harry Potter Alliance and other literature-related charities.
In 2019, they will release Lumos, their first full-length album in 13 years and tour libraries across the USA.
This concert is a Halfway to Potterpalooza event, this Saturday, June 29, 2019. It is a first-come, first-serve event for all ages. Doors open at 6 p.m., music at 7 p.m. More information available here.
Come join us for our last Blues Under The Stars at Bob Hill's Hidden Hill Nursery and Sculpture Garden at 1011 Utica Charlestown Rd in Jeffersonville on Saturday, June 29th, and help us go out with a bang! Music, wine, and food and tour the beautiful 8 acres of Bob Hill's Hidden Hill Nursery and Sculpture Garden! Fun for all ages.
Wine provided by Turtlerun Winery. By single glass or bottle. Food provided by B3Q Bar-b-que, Georgetown, IN. Soft drinks and water available.
Entertainment: The Griffins, 5:00 - 5:45. Griffins play folk music and some old time hits.
Jay And Those Other Guys 6:00 - 9:00. This band features 3 Hall of Fame members from Stevie Ray's Blues Bar! A mix of Blues and Classic Rock.
Guaranteed to be a great time for the entire family!!!! Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Admission is $10.00 per person, 12 and under Free. FREE parking. More information can be found here.
Franklin, Breezy, JJ... Kicked out for being gay, for being pretty, for being nuts. Their journey is crazy, funny, and frightening, beginning in a conservative city in Oregon—where Grandma’s house is a meth house, where bed’s an underpass, and the safest place you can wander is the mall.
When tragedy hits, they travel to another America. An idyllic liberal town, right smack in the forest. But is there shelter here? Or is home each other? And, when push comes to shove, as it always does…is each other enough? Homefree is a dark urban fairy tale about three cast-out teens and the flip side of the American dream.
Featuring performances from Aaron Roitman, Peighton Radlein, Noah Bunch, Mackenzie Kasbaum, Matt Jaggers, Heather Lundberg Green, Scott Davis, and Tony Smith.
Commonwealth Theatre Center is very happy to partner with Ban Conversion Therapy Kentucky and @The Sweet Evening Breeze LGBTQ Youth Shelter.
$5 of every ticket sold will go to The Sweet Evening Breeze. More information can be found here.
Pandora Productions, Louisville’s only theatre company exclusively dedicated to telling the stories of the LGBTQ+ community, announces auditions for the 2019-2020 Season by appointment on Thursday, May 30th.
The ambitious season includes several regional premieres:
FUN HOME book + lyrics by Lisa Kron, music by Jeanine Tesori
CHOIR BOY by Tarell Alvin McCraney and
SOUTHERN COMFORT book + lyrics by Dan Collins, music by Julianne Wick Davis
as well as icons in the LGBTQ+ canon of theatre
TORCH SONG (2018 Revival) by Harvey Fierstein and
LA CAGE AUX FOLLES book by Harvey Fierstein, book + lyrics by Jerry Herman
Actors should prepare two contrasting monologues of no more than two minutes each and 16 bars of their best song if they wish to be considered for musicals. Singers should be prepared with a second song should they be asked for one. All roles are open to all ethnicities and we encourage all who have an interest in Pandora to audition. More information and character breakdowns are available here.
Casting will be done by the company’s Producing Artistic Director with the assistance of Guest Directors and Musical Directors for the season. Appointments can be made by emailing email@example.com to request an audition time. Actors are asked to bring a picture and resume. Callbacks will be held at various times for the various productions in the weeks following the open call.
Make your way to the 21st Amendment Tavern on Friday, June 14th for some blistering hot musical magic as Rifle presents their latest EP, Nine Days, played through live for your auditory delight, along with a fresh selection of your Rifle favorites. Coming along on this magical trip are the massively monstrous Creeps Inc. Just five bucks for more music than one ear can possibly handle, so bring two if you've got 'em! More information can be found here.